Known as the financial hub of Europe, Zurich has earned the reputation of being the most expensive city on the continent. From designer shops to high-end restaurants and the most lavish hotels, Zurich is a luxury seeker's dream. There’s no bad time to visit Zurich, rather it depends on what you’re looking to experience. Care to enjoy the traditional European summer? Then the months of June through September are for you. Excited to hit the iconic Swiss slopes? Then book your stay anytime from December through March. From the character-filled quaint streets of Zurich’s Old Town to the grand views of the Rhine Falls waterfall and the historic Grossmünster church, Zurich is just as full of captivating sights as it is extravagant entertainment—something for everyone to indulge in!
The Baur au Lac has maintained its leading position in the international luxury hotel industry for more than 175 years. Extensive renovations uphold this tradition and guarantee continuity. Whether you’re visiting Zürich for business or pleasure, the Baur au Lac is an esteemed choice. Set in a private park on the lakeshore, with a unique location at the upper end of the Bahnhofstrasse shopping and financial district, the hotel is only minutes from most cultural and historic attractions. The lineup of amenities is vast, including limousine service, IT butler, complimentary minibar, daily newspapers, Wi-Fi, and a rooftop fitness club.
WIT Tip: Select the Deluxe Corner Suite, grab a complimentary beverage from the minibar (restocked daily), and admire the views overlooking the private park and Lake Zürich.
Park Hyatt Zurich
On the shores of Lake Zurich in the city's famed Financial District, the Park Hyatt Zurich immediately envelopes guests in world-renowned Swiss serenity and luxury. The hotel's glass-fronted exterior opens up into a luxurious atmosphere of spaciousness, avant- garde architecture, and contemporary art. Creating an ambience of comfort and rejuvenation, 138 exquisitely furnished guest rooms and suites make a perfect haven for both business and leisure travelers. Indulge in the spa, gym, sauna, or steam rooms, or gather with locals at the ONYX Bar. The dramatic parkhuus restaurant offers creative fine dining anchored by a show kitchen.
WIT Tip: Don’t miss Transfers in the hotel’s own Rolls-Royce before dinner in the exclusive wine library, surrounded by timeless art pieces.
The Dolder Grand
The striking turrets and steeples of The Dolder Grand make this first-class hotel stand out as you ride a complimentary shuttle from the nearby city center. Choose a Top Suite, four individually designed accommodations in the highest aeries. Reserve a table at The Restaurant, awarded two Michelin stars. The 43,000-square-foot, award-winning spa features a spacious pool with panoramic views and the Aqua Zone’s indoor and outdoor whirlpools, steam bath, and Snow Paradise. Don't miss Sunday brunch on the Saltz restaurant terrace, with its views of the city, lake, and Alps. Stay and rest before or after a cruise from the port of Basel.
WIT Tip: The property has a showcase of treasures, including the 1870 bronze statue clock and artwork ranging from Dalí to Warhol.
For those who love fashion and design, Widder Hotel is a dream destination in Zürich. First, there's the ideal shopping location, near the city’s finest shops along the Bahnhofstrasse. Then, there’s the contemporary architecture and high-tech amenities that engage you once you’re inside these original 12th- to 18th-century buildings – think Eames, Le Corbusier, and Mies van der Rohe; lush fabrics; and medieval frescoes. The Widder Bar & Kitchen serves its famous drinks and flavors from around the world. The Restaurant-Boucherie AuGust is a casual hot spot for meat lovers, and there is also the Swiss tavern Wirtschaft zur Schtund.
WIT Tip: A must-see that’s just a stone’s throw away: Lindenhof, a haven of peace and tranquility in the heart of the city, offering a glorious view of the Old Town and the Limmat River.
Indulgence and prestige are synonymous with Zurich, so prepare to live your most luxurious life as you explore this fascinating city. And one last (delectable) tip: for the ultimate indulgence, you must tour Sprüngli—arguably the most exclusive chocolate shop in all of Zurich!